Abyssinian Lovegrass, Teff Grass (Eragrostis abyssinica)

Eragrostis is an important crop plant in its native range in Ethiopia (historically known as Abyssinia). It has found its way into ornamental use as a result of its beautiful texture, good drought tolerance, and general freedom from pest or diseases. Dense foliage is excellent for erosion control.

Acalypha (Acalypha amentacea)

High impact color without flowers! Fantastic variegated foliage in blends of burgundy, copper, and green shades make this a wonderful garden accent on its own, or the perfect backdrop for bright blooming annuals.

Achillea (Achillea hybrida)

Achillea is very durable, long-blooming, and drought tolerant! Light yellow flowers are carried on strong stems well-suited for cutting. The flowers attract butterflies to the garden.

Achillea Hybrids (Achillea hybrida)

Ferny, softly textured foliage and large, long-lasting bloom clusters have earned Achillea status as a classic choice for the perennial garden. The many varieties available offer a nice range of bloom colors and plant sizes to fit most any garden.

Achillea, Yarrow (Achillea species)

Achillea species are noted for their delicate, ferny foliage that brings a soft texture to the landscape. The bright blooms are a magnet for butterflies in the summer. This group of plants has remained a garden favorite for generations because of its exceptional tolerance to just about any sunny location with well-drained soil. Low-growing varieties are ideal for edging or groundcovers. Taller varieties are great for cut flower arrangements.